Tenergy NiMH Rechargeable Battery 34 Pack Variety, 12AA, 12AAA, 4C, 4D, and 2x9V Rechargeable Batteries for Everyday Household Electronics

(9 customer reviews)

Price: $72.99

  • Generate energy savings with Tenergy’s 32 rechargeable battery pack, replace your disposable alkaline batteries with our high capacity AA, AAA, C, D, and 9V rechargeable batteries. Each package includes 12 AA batteries, 12 AAA batteries, 4 C batteries, 4 D batteries, and 2 9v batteries.
  • One of the most cost-effective batteries, Tenergy AA and AAA batteries rechargeable cycle life can be up to 1000 times and between 1-10 charges will have paid for themselves. Diminish personal carbon footprint by limiting the waste caused by disposable batteries. Switch over. Save. Reuse. Recharge with Tenergy.
  • Tenergy AA batteries, AAA batteries, C batteries, D batteries, and 9V batteries combo is perfect for high/low draining electronic items. Use it in all your household devices such as TV remotes, gaming controllers, wireless mouse, wireless keyboards, clocks, radios, portable electronics, cameras, and much more. They are the perfect household NiMH rechargeable batteries.
  • Each battery size provides peak performance and run time ensuring they don’t fail you when you need them most.
  • NiMH rechargeable batteries are easy to use with no memory effect any of the rechargeable battery sizes, charge your batteries anytime. Even when they are close to full or partially drained and never worry about long term memory effects and will still get the full capacity each use.

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Tenergy NiMH Rechargeable Battery 34 Pack Variety, 12AA, 12AAA, 4C, 4D, and 2x9V Rechargeable Batteries for Everyday Household Electronics

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Specification:

  • Size: AA, AAA, C, D, 9V
  • Voltage: 1.2V (AA/AAA/C/D), 9V (9V)
  • Weight (1pc): 26.5g (AA) / 13g (AAA) / 85g (C) / 165g (D)/ 86g (9V)
  • Capacity: 2500mAh (AA) / 1000mAh (AAA) / 5000mAh (C) / 10000mAh (D) / 250mAh (9V)
  • Dimensions (H x D): AA – 50.5mm x 14.5mm AAA – 44.5mm x 10.5mm C – 50mm x 26mm D – 61.5mm x 33mm 9V – 48mm x 26mm x 16mm

 

Battery Care Tips (For Longer Battery Life):

 

  • Don’t store batteries unused for long periods of time with less than 20% of charge. Because batteries self discharge on their own, storing empty or near empty batteries may cause them to over drain (voltage drops below 1.0V) which can have adverse affects on battery life or completely damaging them.
  • Cycle batteries at least once every 2-6 months to keep them active. ”Cycling” refers to the act of fully charging the batteries and discharging (draining the battery either in device or from your charger if it has that option)
  • Store batteries in a cool dry location away from direct sunlight or high temperatures. Avoid moisture or condensation.
  • Optimal temps for storing batteries is between 10°C – 30°C. (not advised to freeze batteries in the fridge.)
  • Charge batteries to 40% or more before leaving them unused or for long term storage (3-6 months+).
  • Once a battery charger indicates batteries are fully charged, remove the batteries from the charger and unplug from the wall.

 

Important Note:

Rechargeable batteries do not last forever and degrade over time. Temperature, storage conditions, and environment affects battery life or degrading rate. Take care of batteries and they will last longer for you. Eventually rechargeable batteries will still need to be replaced.

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Brand

Package Dimensions

6.38 x 3.9 x 3.31 inches

Item Weight

3.03 ounces

ASIN

B001B2UCJA

Item model number

90103

Batteries

34 Product Specific batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

June 13, 2008

Manufacturer

Tenergy

9 reviews for Tenergy NiMH Rechargeable Battery 34 Pack Variety, 12AA, 12AAA, 4C, 4D, and 2x9V Rechargeable Batteries for Everyday Household Electronics

  1. Spudbutter

    I held off on this review for some time as I wanted to assess the long-term usefulness of these batteries. I can tell you now that after a couple of years, these batteries are worth every cent. (seeing as how the prices are comparable to standard batteries, I cannot understand why anyone wouldn’t have these)They last a long time, hold a bigger charge than most batteries and are comparatively inexpensive.With these batteries, I’ve probably managed to keep about 100 pounds of hazardous waste out of the landfills.

  2. Josh

    Works great! Saves me a ton in batteries.

  3. Ray Lee

    Short version:If you’ve got $100 for these and the Tenergy charger (there’s several available), do yourself a favor and never have to worry about batteries again. They’re higher quality than most name brands, and for half the price.Long version:I had already bought Tenergy high capacity NiMH batteries, but didn’t quite have enough. This pack put me way over the top for my needs, and I imagine that of most households. They last much longer than even standard batteries, and charge in a reasonable amount of time.I used a Tenergy charger, which had nice indicators, and managed to charge the entire bunch in a few days.One thing to take note of is the milliamp hour rating of rechargeable batteries. The Duracells and Energizers that are available have lower mAh ratings, which is essentially a measure of how long the battery will last. Not only does Tenergy offer higher-quality batteries, but they’re significantly cheaper than picking up the same stuff at a brick-and-mortar place. I saw a set of 8 AA rechargeable Energizers going for $20 once.There’s no doubt that this set, and a good charger that can deal with D cells is an investment, but in the long run it’s a lot cheaper and a lot more environmentally-friendly.Remember, you’re NOT supposed to throw away batteries into the normal trash bin; they contain all sorts of terrible chemicals that don’t belong there. When any battery is dead, check with your local waste management department (they’re usually easy to find online) and ask for some home hazardous waste disposal locations. I have a little jar dedicated to all the old non-rechargeable batteries I’m slowly replacing with the Tenergy batteries, and eventually I’ll do the same.

  4. MamaDacia

    Great value!

  5. SanDiegoLife

    I am a HUGE fan of rechargeable batteries. We have kids which means lots of batteries. We have saved 1,000s of $$$ over the last couple of years. These are the best batteries I’ve used. Better than the white tenergies and better than the “name brand” battery company rechargables.

  6. J. A.

    The batteries all charged up with the universal charger I use. I got the replacement batteries “C” and they also charge up. I haven’t had much chance to use them, but so far they seem like a great deal! Will update if there are any troubles or issues. They seem great!

  7. Ray Baker

    great

  8. Snowball

    I have a lot of items that require batteries (including a lot of flameless candles). You can count on these batteries to get the job done. Full Stop.

  9. John B. Osborne

    Every household needs these. Price can’t be beat

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